Pole Dancing for Stress Relief
Can Pole Dancing Really Help Relieve Stress? Today was one of those days that I wish had a do over or delete button. I was having a nice morning and then right in the middle of Target I nearly blew up at my husband.I mean I think my face turned 10 shaded or red and I grew horns I was that upset. Don’t get me wrong we don’t have an overall bad relationship but when we do argue it almost always stems from the same disagreement. I know it is normal for couples to have issues that are hard to resolve but this time I handled it with a different mindset. I didn’t go where I wanted to even though I was looking at heavy items in the store that would be great for knocking some sense into him nor did I proceed with the words I felt were owed to him at that moment. I shut up and said to myself I have pole class in a few hours I will blow off some steam there. There was no amount of money or fun that would have kept me from pole class today. I think I would have taken a cab or paid the neighbor to drive me if my car had not started. The stress release has kept me level headed more often than not these days. I put all that negative energy into every part of my workout and I pushed myself as far as I could. While pole did not resolve this issue I will be more likely to have a level headed discussion about it than I was earlier today. Yes, I do believe that pole dancing can help you reduce and relieve stress. I also believe that it can help you gain self confidence, and self control and diminish depression. It is such a natural rush to work hard and finally make your body obey the commands you are giving it, no drugs needed just training hard. It has to be the same feeling when an athlete breaks a record or scores their highest game ever. It creates a can do attitude in all areas of your life when you accomplish something so challenging. While most exercise can help you channel that negative energy it takes a really challenging workout for me to really feel better after a day like today. So when all you want to do is hit the re-set button on the a particular day you can find your pole and forget about the troubles of the day. Don’t forget to check out my last post on learning to pole dance at home here. Carrie Sund started taking Pole Fitness classes in February 2012 and has since then fallen in love with the pole. She aims to educate people on the benefits of pole fitness, to help other women find their confidence through a fun yet challenging workout program and to provide readers with available products related to Pole Dance Fitness.